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A memorial has been unveiled in Liverpool Lime Street….

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Grand Prix's World War

By Jack Fielding, Editor

One hundred years on from the out-break of the first world war the impact on drivers in Grand Prix Racing would be mixed for some drivers and teams. 853 more words

2014

From the Bookshelf: National Anthems of Britain's Allies (Bowerman & Co)

Although by no means a specialist, I have been fortunate enough to have received a decent education on the First World War. It was part of the syllabus, there were school trips to the killing grounds of Flanders, and my uncle, a historian, has always retained an interest in the conflict. 259 more words

From The Bookshelf

Guest Post: Brief History of Elmet Archaeological Services Ltd by Alex Sotheran

Alex Sotheran is the Archaeology Manager at Elmet Archaeological Services Ltd.  Alex has worked in field archaeology since 2001 after graduating from the University of York and helped to set up Elmet Archaeology in 2009.   1,597 more words

Archaeology

Wednesday 2 September 1914 - We Lost 50

British forces withdraw to Chantilly-Nanteuil and the cabinet decides to order the sinking of any Turkish warship that tries to come out of the Dardanelles. 173 more words

First World War

Remembering the fallen: paving stones to commerorate local World War One Victoria Cross winners

Residents and visitors are encouraged to stop and reflect at Kensington War Memorial next Friday (5 September) at a public ceremony to remember local First World War hero George Dorrell VC MBE. 183 more words

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